Posted: 26.04.2012
By B.N. Luniya
Rajendra Suri - A Reformer and Revivalist Historical Background Seven hundred years of foreign rule in medieval period had sapped the political vitality of the Hindus, and uprooted whatever national consciousness they ever possessed. Their civil and religious rights were constantly trampled down, their property often plundered, and their blood was wantly shed. They were reduced to the position of hewers of wood...
Posted: 28.12.2011
By Pravin K. Shah
A Brief Summary of Life and Mission of Shri Virchand Raghavji Gandhi A pioneer in the introduction of Jainism to the West It was the memorable day of September 11, 1893. The Columbus Hall of Art Institute of Chicago was overflowing with more than 3000 delegates of different nations and religions. It was the opening day of the Parliament of World Religions Conference, the first such conference ever organized in...
Posted: 02.11.2011
 
The Life of Acharya Vijay Nemisuri Maharaj Acharya Vijay Nemisuri Maharaj is considered to be one of the ablest Suri Chakravarti of 20th century. He was a sincerest person of celibacy, his penance-strength was great, he was versatile genius of nature gifted intelligence and his impressive personality was sober. This Acharya has made an era in Jainism; his activities included renunciation of knowledge,...
Posted: 02.11.2011
 
Acharya Vijay Nemisuri Maharaj at Muni Sammelan (1933 CE)
Posted: 27.10.2011
By Dr. Charlotte Krause, Vijaya Dharma Suri
Sayings of Śrī Vijayadharma Suri 1. Advice given by people whom Passion governs, is always marred by selfish regards. The advice of the Passionless alone can guide thee towards thy very welfare. 2. If the quarrels of this world have filled thee with disgust, and the terrors of death with apprehension, beware, O man! from reposing thyself in the shadow of sensual pleasure! Keep aloof from it! Keep far aloof!...
Posted: 27.10.2011
By Dr. Charlotte Krause
Poetical Biography of Śri Vijaya Dharma Sūri 1. Popularity of the Hero Vijaya Dharma Sūri deceased only six years ago at Shivpuri (Gwalior State), where illness had obliged the indefatigable wanderer to linger, when he was passing there on a walking tour from Bombay to Benares, and where a splendid Memorial Temple has been erected in his honour, combined with a flourishing Boarding School for Jaina boys (the...
Posted: 30.08.2011
 
Shvetambar Pratikraman Title Part Speaker Audio Pratikramana Samvatsari 1/3 Sohanlal Shastri Pratikramana Samvatsari 2/3 Sohanlal Shastri Pratikramana Samvatsari 3/3 Sohanlal Shastri Pratikramana Devasi 1/2 Sohanlal Shastri Pratikramana Devasi 2/2 Sohanlal Shastri Pratikramana Rai 1/2 Sohanlal Shastri Pratikramana Rai 2/2 Sohanlal Shastri
Posted: 14.07.2011
 
The Life of Shrimad Rajchandra 1. The birth His full name was Shri Raichandbhai Ravjibhai Mehta. He was born in 1867 A.D. at Vavania in Saurashtra. His family belonged to a well-known merchant community. His father's name was Ravjibhai and mother's name was Devabai. His mother was brought up in Jain religious traditions. His grandfather was a staunch devotee of Lord Krishna. In Samucchaya Vayacharya Shrimadji...
Posted: 16.06.2011
 
Pictures of Jain Acharya Shrimad Vijaya Anand Suri (Shri Atmaramji Maharaj) Acharya Shrimad Vijaya Anand Suri and his diciples A monument built at the funeral spot in Gujaranwalla Punjab District in respect of Shrimad Vijayanand Suri
Posted: 16.06.2011
 
The Life of Jain Acharya Shrimad Vijaya Anand Suri (Shri Atmaramji Maharaj ) This article is compiled of two papers: The biographical paper Swami Atmaramji Maharaj was published in The Jaina Gazette Vol. XXXII, No. 12 (December 1935), pp. 454-459. It is not only the describing of the life and achievements of a scholarly Acharya and social reformer but also an illustration of the situation of Jainism at the end...
Posted: 16.06.2011
By Pravin K. Shah
The Life of Acharya Sushil Kumar His Holiness Jain Acharya Shri Sushil Kumarji, who was affectionately called Guruji by his devotees, was born into a Hindu Brahmin family on June 15, 1926 in a small village of Sikhopur, in Hariyana, India. The village was later named Sushilgarh in Guruji's honor. He left his family and home at the age of seven to live with a Jain monk Shri Chotelalji Maharaj, who later became...

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